Rare cacao gathered in the wild forests of Itenez, Bolivia after being fermented and dried, and is finally dried again and sorted at the renowned Hacienda Tranquilidad. This bar is pleasantly complex with an earthy and bright, yet chocolate-centric flavor profile.
Ingredients: Cocoa Beans*, Cane Sugar*, Cocoa Butter*
Allergens: May contain traces of milk, peanuts, tree nuts, and wheat. Soy free.
As featured by Seth Godin.
I love chocolate and lately, have upgraded to craft chocolate. This just might be the most delicious, my most favorite chocolate of all time. It's dangerously good.
The chocolate from the old source of beans was exquisite, smooth, earthy. This new source does not disappoint! So good, I can't leave it on the shelf to mellow, but no need. It has a subtle difference, yet remains smooth & earthy, with no sharpness at its endpoint of melt. Dreamy, dark chocolate.
So excited to see the Wild Bolivia bar back! This is my absolute favorite bar - and one I can easily consume in one sitting. This new bar has Fruition’s signature smoothness and delicate tasting notes throughout the bar. Love the fruity finish
This is the best release yet. Full of delicious, complex, pleasing, subtle notes of fruit.
I was over the moon excited when Fruition’s Wild Bolivia bar was back in stock. The new edition possess the familiar fruity finish with customary smoothness of all Fruition bars. I sent these bars to my friend in Japan who was delighted to receive “Batch #1."
I had an experience with prior wild chocolate and felt it was, well, too wild. Fruition's Wild Bolivia is smooth and almost satiny. While I think I'd enjoy this more as an 85% cocoa bar, I was plenty happy with it at 74%>
Wild Bolivia is my favorite bean. I LOVED the former Fruition bar and I like this one too. I find the fruity notes come more at the end. The bar has the usual smoothness of Fruition bars.
I tasted the Wild Bolivia bar you sent yesterday and it was truly irresistible from finishing on the spot! Wow, that is an amazing bar. Great work!! To me the dominant flavor was like a honeyed whip cream and chocolate wafer. Incredible! I have a hard time seeing how that won't fly off the shelves :)
Best damn chocolate in the world!! Personally, im a huge fan of the wild bolivia!!!